Performs intermediate skilled administrative support work reviewing and processing police records, providing clerical support, assisting the public, and related work as required. Work is performed under the moderate supervision of the Police Records Supervisor.
Reviews various reports for accuracy and compliance with established procedures.
Prepares and distributes daily reports.
Updates, prints and posts duty rosters.
Classifies and enters offense and arrest information into records management system.
Prints and distributes various reports.
Files complaint, arrest, offense, incident, disposition and accident reports.
Provides information to the public.
Assists the public and other law enforcement agencies.
Performs criminal and background history research.
Compiles and updates records.
Processes accident reports and answers questions.
Processes requests for information.
Handles a variety of confidential information.
Logs into D.C.I. terminal.
Receives and responds to transmissions.
Enters and clears N.C.I.C. entries.
Runs various queries and prints related data.
Receives, processes and distributes mail and daily paperwork.
Prepares, researches and maintains data and records.
Assists in the preparation of periodic and special reports.
Operates standard office, data entry, word processing and other equipment.
Performs minor maintenance on office equipment.
Ensures copier is stocked with paper.
Performs related tasks as required.
High school diploma or GED and minimal experience in general clerical and data entry work, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
General knowledge of modern police record keeping procedures and practices.
General knowledge of police forms, terminology, and records.
General knowledge of police programs, policies and procedures.
Ability to perform a considerable volume of detailed record work.
Ability to maintain files.
Ability to type accurately and at a reasonable rate of speed.
Ability to operate general office and data entry equipment.
Ability to follow written and oral directions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates and the general public.
Possession of or ability to acquire D.C.I. certification within one year of hire.